This may be a simple answer (I hope so actually) but I haven't been able to figure this out.
What I need:
I have internal users who can access my Sharepoint site easily while logged onto my network, and external users who I have added to our Active Directory system who can access the site using our external URL. Both work fine.
What I am having problems with: One of my users (internal) is on a different AD (he is on our European network) and he can not access the site either from the VPN (when he is in the US) nor from the external site (it will take him to the logon screen,
but since he doesn't have an account on our AD, it won't let him in).
I understood from our European IS department that all we had to do was give him both internal and external access to the Sharepoint site, and he would be able to connect from anywhere.
So, how do I do that (give him both)? Do I need to have our IS team turn on MOSS2007 to do this (it is not turned on today).
Many thanks, I am still a newb at Sharepoint, but trying to learn quickly.
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